Off-Off-Broadway Review

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    POPart

    The authors of this overly familiar tuner show great promise, but, apart from a rousing gospel number, this is a routine coming-of-age story.

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    If This Ain't It!

    When you subtitle your show "Disaster on Parade (A Devastated Musical Revue)," you're just asking for it.

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    Flight

    Though short—only 55 minutes—"Flight" offers a potent mix of writer-director Tim Aumiller's trenchant script and a pair of terrific performances.

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    666

    Who'd have thought that a show about four men in prison getting beaten, raped, electrocuted, hung, and guillotined would be so hilarious? The Madrid-based troupe Yllana obviously did.

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    Ectospasms

    Séances, table tipping, spirit photography, and the Fox sisters all figure prominently in "Ectospams," a charming movement meditation.

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    NY Review: 'Hot Lunch Apostles'

    La MaMa’s revival of the Talking Band’s 1983 “Hot Lunch Apostles” still has resonance yet feels like a nostalgic gasp from the past.

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    Heaven on Earth

    Playwright Chuck Mee and the companies Witness Relocation and Ildi ! Eldi combine to offer a refreshing anecdote to apocalypticism: So what if the world's over? Let's dance.

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    South Pathetic

    Jim David's one-man show is a whirlwind jab at the desecration of a classic of the American stage, Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire," by the artistically unwashed masses.

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    Aspettando Nil (Waiting for Nil)

    Rather than wait for Godot, an Italian mother and daughter wait for a groom to arrive in this feminist interpretation of the Beckett classic that succeeds in execution and comedy as its own work of art.

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    Americana Kamikaze

    Temporary Distortion brings live theatre closer to the horror movie, leaving a trail of quivering vertebrae, if you're into that sort of thing.